Tenant Initiatives

Crown tracks sustainability progress across our portfolio through 5 primary KPIs

Crown strives to create a smarter, more integrated and responsible model for commercial real estate investment and management. Crown’s approach to sustainable building management and operations includes regular energy audits and efficient operational strategies focused on creating healthier, more engaging building environments for our tenants. By doing so, we set goals and standards that help us raise the bar in our sustainability offering.

  • 1. Energy Use

    Crown Property Management Inc. (CPMI) recognizes that energy efficiency and conservation are socially imperative and means to attain real reductions in operating expenses for the long term. Energy Management is the key to saving energy. Much of the importance of energy saving stems from the global need to save energy, and this global need affects energy prices, emissions targets, and legislation.

  • 2. Water Use

    Crown Property Management Inc. (CPMI) is committed to minimizing the water that is consumed at the property level. This considered, CPMI has established goals which work towards reducing water related inefficiencies at the building level. Within CPMI, building operations and management staff collectively work together to establish mutual and realistic strategies that help both the tenants and owners use water more effectively and efficiently.

  • 3. Waste

    It is Crown Property Management Inc’s commitment to ensure that at each stage of the waste stream process, we conduct ourselves in a manner that is respectful of environmental needs, supports current and future service expectations in a manner that is fiscally responsible, and socially acceptable, adhering to all Ministry of Environment’s diversion objectives while allowing our customers the time to embrace the accomplishments that can be achieved as a result of their collective efforts.

  • 4. GHG Emissions

    Crown is committed to measuring and tracking each buildings Green House Gas Emissions that are released into the atmosphere as a result of energy consumption at the property level. In addition to regularly investing in high efficiency mechanical equipment, Property Management & Operation teams are tasked to reduce each buildings GHG emissions by means of identifying and acting on efficient mechanical optimization scheduling.

  • 5. Goal: Keeping Costs Low

    In addition to energy efficiency measures identified in the capital plan for each property, Crown also dedicates a portion of the operations budget to measures on improving the building’s energy efficiency including upgrades to caulking, weather stripping and energy management.


Lights were retrofitted to LED in 2016.


Lights were retrofitted to LED in 2017.


Lights were retrofitted to LED in 2018.


EV Stations across the portfolio.

Case Study

400 University

Property owners are increasingly turning to operational efficiency to maximize asset value for investors. With a reputation for optimizing every detail possible to improve performance and deliver attractive returns in their acquired buildings, Crown Realty Partners executed a strategic overhaul of 400 University Avenue that delivered a net return to investors in excess of 20%.

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Case Study

101 McNabb

Crown is pleased to announce that 101 Mcnabb has achieved LEED Gold Certification. It is one of only five existing buildings in Canada to have achieved LEED v4 Gold or Platinum certification. Crown has a strong commitment to sustainability throughout the portfolio of managed assets, but this was particularly evident at 101 McNabb Street.

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Case Study

2233 Argentia

2233 Argentia Road in Mississauga is designated a BOMA 360 Performance Building by the Building Owners and Managers Association (“BOMA”) International. The BOMA 360 Performance Program¬® validates and recognizes commercial properties that demonstrate best practices in building operations and management.

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